A gaggle of reporters met Donald Trump this morning when his helicopter landed in New Hampshire and the real estate tycoon-turned-reality TV star took credit for pressuring President Obama to release his long-form birth certificate.
“I’m really honored and I’m really proud that I was able to do something that nobody else could do,” Trump Read More
Rudy Giuliani will return to Manchester, New Hampshire next month for a house party at the home of local macher Ovide Lamontagne.
The news was reported this morning by the New Hampshire Union Leader.
Last month, Giuliani spoke to the local G.O.P.’s Lincoln-Reagan Dinner, but aides were careful to characterize that visit as Read More
In an op-ed in the New Hampshire Union Leader this morning, former state Republican chairman Fergus Cullen threw a lot of cold water on the possibility of a Rudy Giuliani resurrection in the nation’s first primary state.
“Sometimes a candidate doesn’t deserve a second chance,” he wrote.
Cullen expressed many of the same Read More
MANCHESTER, N.H. – ”I find it really hard to say this, because I feel bad about this,” Rudy Giuliani told a banquet hall of 100 Republicans in New Hampshire on Friday night. ”This president has been a failure in just about every single thing he’s done. He has ruined our economy. He is ruining our health care.” Read More
A telephone poll was conducted last month in the early primary state of New Hampshire asking whether or not real estate mogul Donald Trump would be a viable candidate for the presidency.
Trump denied having any knowledge of the poll, and at first played coy on whether or not it was an indicator of Read More
Our new friends Why Tuesday? have posted their New Hampshire photostream on flickr. Here are media reporter John Koblin and columnist Choire Sicha, filing.
At the Observer offices, Why Tuesday? does not immediately seem to refer to election nights. Read More
On my way out of town, I ran into one of Hillary Clinton’s New Hampshire field directors. “So were you shocked?” he asked me. I told him I was. He smiled. “So were we.” Read More
NASHUA, N.H.—After Barack Obama spoke last night, and most people filed out of a high school gym here, one cameraman and one golden-tan man with a microphone started swerving over the entire room taking shots of the steaming wreckage.
When you saw who it was, you couldn’t help but double take: Inside Edition was really Read More
NASHUA, N.H.—Barack Obama and his supporters were brought down to earth in stunning fashion here tonight after their post-Iowa days in the stratosphere.
"Tonight belongs to you," Mr. Obama told the crowd in his concession speech. But, really, it belonged to Hillary Clinton, who pulled off a shock victory that put an abrupt end to Read More
Perhaps no one in the Clinton campaign had more riding on the New Hamsphire results than Mark Penn, the campaigns chief strategist and pollster, who has taken heat inside and outside of the campaign for the loss in Iowa.
So what happened in New Hampshire?
“I think people started to see the real difference between Read More